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Fox News media analyst and ‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz talks with former White House communications director, about his escalating feud with the President.
President Trump struck again Monday at aide-turned-nemesis, Anthony Scaramucci, after the former White House communications director cobble a coalition of former Cabinet officials threatened to talk, the search against the President as part of an apparent bid for an alternative to the Republican nomination in the year 2020.
Accelerate is a remarkable conversion of a short-lived White house insider, three of the most defamatory, Scaramucci, said in an interview Monday morning that he wants a “viable alternative” and the installation is a “team” of like-minded people in this direction.
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To get “I have some of these former Cabinet to speak to officials in the unit. You know that there is a crisis,” he said, predicting such a coalition would go public by the case.
Trump is probably the CNN interview, called “the Mooch” and “unstable ‘nut job'”, before they mocked about his notoriously short stint in the White house.
“I hardly knew, which made him, until his 11 days of gross incompetence-make a fool of yourself, bad on TV. Abusing staff,” he said, while he made some personal recordings on Scaramucci’s marriage (he and his wife Deidre are back together, after calling off a divorce announced, in the year 2017).
“He was a mental wreck. We did not want him. Now, Fake messages receives him, as he was my buddy!” Trump tweeted.
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The insults are in line with an ever-escalating feud between the two men, according to Scaramucci public turned on the President in recent weeks – calling him a “jacka–“, the “drop-out” for the year 2020 in the race, the prediction of a “reset” in the GOP and supposedly Chat with “Never trumps” expert Bill Kristol to try to find a replacement, the top of the ticket.
“You know that the situation is unstable. You know that the President is out of his rocker,” he told CNN on Monday by denying any personal interest in the introduction of such a candidacy.
It is unclear whether his apparent talks with former Cabinet officials will join in a coalition – and whether such a coalition would not make any difference in the GOP presidential primary process, where previously, only former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld has announced that it will be a challenge.
But while Trump dominated GOP primary polling, and continued to enjoy the support of the Republican party leaders and top officials, hypothetical polling in a General election, shows trump trailing.
The latest Fox News poll showed him trailing all the top Democratic candidates, including former Vice-President, Joe Biden, to 12 points.
Scaramucci cited the queries and warnings about a recession, in the adoption on Monday that Trump could be vulnerable.
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Trump on Sunday, though, wiping out the economic issues, told reporters: “I don’t think we’re in a recession. … We are doing incredibly well. Our consumers are rich. I gave a huge tax cut, and they are loaded with money.”